ByJune 24, 2002
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A startling and courageous film, Peter Davis’s landmark 1974 documentary Hearts and Minds unflinchingly confronted the United States’ involvement in Vietnam at the height of the controversy that surrounded it. Using a wealth of sources—from interviews to newsreels to footage of the conflict and the upheaval it occasioned on the home front—Davis constructs a powerfully affecting picture of the disastrous effects of war. Explosive, persuasive, and wrenching, Hearts and Minds is an overwhelming emotional experience and the most important nonfiction film ever made about this devastating period in history.
|Produced by||Bert Schneider and Peter Davis|
|Film editors||Lynzee Klingman and Susan Martin|
|Photographed by||Richard Pearce|
|Associate producers||Tom Cohen and Richard Pearce|
|Production managers||Brennon Jones and Michael Burns|
|Assistant film editors||Charles Musser, Antoinette Cooper, David Davis and Bonnie Kozek|
|Sound editor||James Nelson|
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